Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Cars GT6 Should Put (Volume 22)

In a galaxy far far away, just off our backyard, lies Leopaul's Blog; boldly pushing the boundaries of car culture because there's some CARS GT6 SHOULD PUT.

1) Daihatsu Copen Robe '14

The Daihatsu Copen has returned this year with a new look, new interior, and a customizable body frame. While it retains the concept look as seen from the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, the new Daihatsu Copen is one of the finest examples of what an affordable open-top sportscar could be and we, the fans of Gran Turismo, are more than welcome to try out the reborn Copen the way we want.

【解説】ダイハツ 新型コペン 新型車解説/渡辺陽一郎

2) Ford Mustang GT '15

For its 50th anniversary offering, the Ford Mustang has reached its 6th generation and for this generation, it's now modernized, more civilized, and more Mustang unlike any other. The top spec model comes with the 5.0L V8 engine developing over 420HP of power and 390lb-ft of torque. Everyone from the Gran Turismo community wanted to know what is like to drive the latest-generation Ford Mustang in the world of Gran Turismo.

3) SRT Challenger SRT Hellcat '15

For 2015 model year, the Dodge Challenger SRT gained the new Hellcat version and this is now hailed as the king of American cars because of its supercharged V8 engine developing a whopping 707HP of power output. With that kind of power, the Hellcat will bring every single European machines down to its knees and we just want this car to be on GT6.

4) BMW i8 '14

The BMW i8 revolutionized the plug-in hybrid genre by providing space-grade materials and the joined forces of the 1.5L petrol and the hybrid synchronous motor developing a total output of 362PS of power while providing lower emissions than any sportscar in the world. This PHEV sportscar is one of the must haves for the year 2014 and I believe that this is a must have for every Gran Turismo fan because this game had some eco-cars to choose from. Come on PDI, the i8 needs a spot on GT6 and we're waiting for your verdict.

5) Lexus NX200t F Sport '14

The Lexus NX could be a potent contender to the fast-growing crossover segment but what made the NX a game changer is the application of Toyota Motor Corporation's brand new 8AR-FTS 2.0L 4-cylinder turbo engine, their first ever turbo engine since the Caldina discontinued in 2007. Although I'm kinda skeptical about Toyota going on the downsizing route but their new 2.0L turbo engine develops more than what you can expect from a 2.5L V6 engine mated to any Toyota or Lexus saloon. Let's hope this crossover gets the spot on GT6 any time because...I can't wait to hear the sound of the 8AR-FTS engine.

【試乗】レクサス NX200t・NX 300h[プロトタイプ] 海外試乗レポート/九島辰也

The results please? So when one of these cars showed up in future updates on GT6, you can't say I have a little bit to do with that.

Take that to Kaz Yamauchi!

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